Dancing in the Streets of Darlington as the carnival parades through the town

Darlington and Stockton Times: CARNIVAL MARCH: The scene on the streets of Darlington as the Community Carnival makes its way from the Market Place to Stanhope Park.    Picture: ANDY LAMB (7643701) CARNIVAL MARCH: The scene on the streets of Darlington as the Community Carnival makes its way from the Market Place to Stanhope Park. Picture: ANDY LAMB (7643701)

DARLINGTON was transformed into a riot of colour today as the town's annual carnival took over the streets.

Hundreds of people, many of them children, took part in a parade through the town centre before a family fun day event in Stanhope Green.

Dozens of charities and community organisations were also represented at the carnival, which expects to raise up to £30,000 for worthy causes.

The carnival began in the Market Square where a number of dance troupes from across the town gave performances before more than 600 people lined up for a colourful, and noisy, parade along High Row and through Skinnergate and Duke Street before ending in the park.

Drummers helped to create a carnival atmosphere for the Dancing in the Street themed event, with many of the participants giving a nod to the World Cup in Brazil with a samba theme.

Carnival committee chairman Steve Rose said he was thrilled with the turnout, adding: "People have really taken it to their hearts, this is the most people we've ever had get involved with the parade.

"It puts a smile on your face and as a committee we are delighted."

The Darlington Carnival will continue in Stanhope Green, with a funfair, live music and games, for the rest of the afternoon.

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6:15pm Sat 28 Jun 14

darloboss says...

who was the reporter on this story i was there and saw nowt but tat
who was the reporter on this story i was there and saw nowt but tat darloboss
  • Score: -17

7:45pm Sat 28 Jun 14

D. Hop says...

I'm just glad its still going and didn't sink with the Arts Centre.
I'm just glad its still going and didn't sink with the Arts Centre. D. Hop
  • Score: 14

9:12pm Sat 28 Jun 14

Awake-in-Darlo says...

Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame.
Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...
Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame. Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today... Awake-in-Darlo
  • Score: 11

11:01pm Sat 28 Jun 14

LUSTARD says...

Awake-in-Darlo wrote:
Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame.
Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...
aye but the old witch has passed away so no flying this year
[quote][p][bold]Awake-in-Darlo[/bold] wrote: Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame. Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...[/p][/quote]aye but the old witch has passed away so no flying this year LUSTARD
  • Score: -12

2:09am Sun 29 Jun 14

darloboss says...

was there a reporter there ?
or was he / she drunk or writing from a script ?????
was there a reporter there ? or was he / she drunk or writing from a script ????? darloboss
  • Score: -4

2:13am Sun 29 Jun 14

darloboss says...

even mr & mrs mayor sorry dont know your names looked embarrassed
even mr & mrs mayor sorry dont know your names looked embarrassed darloboss
  • Score: -7

8:10am Sun 29 Jun 14

Tallystar says...

I enjoyed it, yes it lacked the focal points of previous years parade but it was still a interesting focal point for a day out in the town. It's lovely to see the different community groups out representing themselves and people participating from all walks of life.
I also enjoyed the dancing in the town before the parade and the fair in the park later where we sat and watched several bands play, the day is what you make of it, for me it was a lovely day with friends and the fair provided a background of entertainment ( I mean who doesn't love winning some random tombola prize and having a laugh over who got the worst prize )
I enjoyed it, yes it lacked the focal points of previous years parade but it was still a interesting focal point for a day out in the town. It's lovely to see the different community groups out representing themselves and people participating from all walks of life. I also enjoyed the dancing in the town before the parade and the fair in the park later where we sat and watched several bands play, the day is what you make of it, for me it was a lovely day with friends and the fair provided a background of entertainment ( I mean who doesn't love winning some random tombola prize and having a laugh over who got the worst prize ) Tallystar
  • Score: 15

9:02am Sun 29 Jun 14

Time-Traveller says...

I knew this would be a joke, again! I went out of town with my family away from this fiasco for a proper family day out. Also, this should have been Armed Forces day, not last Monday for a quick half hour.....
I knew this would be a joke, again! I went out of town with my family away from this fiasco for a proper family day out. Also, this should have been Armed Forces day, not last Monday for a quick half hour..... Time-Traveller
  • Score: -12

11:52am Sun 29 Jun 14

darloboss says...

well said time-traveller should have done the same thing myself
well said time-traveller should have done the same thing myself darloboss
  • Score: -8

9:57am Mon 30 Jun 14

annier00nie says...

If you were unhappy with the event why don't you get together and put your points/ideas across to the council, at least you'll be getting what you want, just an idea.
If you were unhappy with the event why don't you get together and put your points/ideas across to the council, at least you'll be getting what you want, just an idea. annier00nie
  • Score: 13

4:05pm Mon 30 Jun 14

carpetbombingculture says...

To all those moaning about how it failed to set their world alight, why don't you get off your collective backsides and do something positive rather than just bleat on about it.
To all those moaning about how it failed to set their world alight, why don't you get off your collective backsides and do something positive rather than just bleat on about it. carpetbombingculture
  • Score: 17

6:54pm Mon 30 Jun 14

thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth says...

The whole thing was sh1te. A complete waste of time and effort. If that's the best the organisers can do then this so called carnival won't exist in a few years time. Complete rubbish!
The whole thing was sh1te. A complete waste of time and effort. If that's the best the organisers can do then this so called carnival won't exist in a few years time. Complete rubbish! thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth
  • Score: -10

8:29pm Mon 30 Jun 14

carpetbombingculture says...

I repeat . . .
I repeat . . . carpetbombingculture
  • Score: 2

10:46pm Mon 30 Jun 14

san71 says...

I'm sorry to all you moaners out there but my daughter was in the parade and really enjoyed it, aren't you all glad that at least the kids enjoyed it!!!! Yes maybe the carnival is not what it used to be like but look at them kids faces who all took their time and effort to make their costumes, they are happy and smiling.......
I'm sorry to all you moaners out there but my daughter was in the parade and really enjoyed it, aren't you all glad that at least the kids enjoyed it!!!! Yes maybe the carnival is not what it used to be like but look at them kids faces who all took their time and effort to make their costumes, they are happy and smiling....... san71
  • Score: 11

11:03pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Gems99 says...

LUSTARD wrote:
Awake-in-Darlo wrote:
Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame.
Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...
aye but the old witch has passed away so no flying this year
And who's the old witch? Get some respect
[quote][p][bold]LUSTARD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Awake-in-Darlo[/bold] wrote: Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame. Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...[/p][/quote]aye but the old witch has passed away so no flying this year[/p][/quote]And who's the old witch? Get some respect Gems99
  • Score: 0

9:05am Tue 1 Jul 14

LUSTARD says...

Gems99 wrote:
LUSTARD wrote:
Awake-in-Darlo wrote:
Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame.
Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...
aye but the old witch has passed away so no flying this year
And who's the old witch? Get some respect
darlington has a well known and voiciferous coven of white witches all working away in the background in schools, homeless charities, council etc any where vulnerabiliy is . and i tell u one of those black and white crows was about on the day watching proceedings, usually dwells around nunnery lane. i suspect it was u no who.
[quote][p][bold]Gems99[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LUSTARD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Awake-in-Darlo[/bold] wrote: Good to see a community event although not as diverse as it was years ago. WHAT DANCING ?? They never even played the song Dancing in the Street or any toe-tapping music. No dance displays. Loud grungy band on the stage not to dance to ! Mainly lots of charity Tombola stalls, leaflets (eg recycling etc.) and a few kids amusements. Where were tasty food stalls this year ? Plants, jumble, bargain stalls absent... Needs more grassroots collaboration and community involved at planning stage perhaps. Shame. Our families have fond memories of pitching in at the Arts Centre to decorate "floats". All walking today...[/p][/quote]aye but the old witch has passed away so no flying this year[/p][/quote]And who's the old witch? Get some respect[/p][/quote]darlington has a well known and voiciferous coven of white witches all working away in the background in schools, homeless charities, council etc any where vulnerabiliy is . and i tell u one of those black and white crows was about on the day watching proceedings, usually dwells around nunnery lane. i suspect it was u no who. LUSTARD
  • Score: 0

10:33am Tue 1 Jul 14

studio says...

carpetbombingculture - totally agree with you, if residents like DARLOBOSS and THETRUTHYOUCANTHANDL
ETHETRUTH spent more time supporting local events, rather than ripping them to pieces maybe they would have less to whinge about. This event was the best it could have been with the resources and volunteers available.

Maybe thats the problem, if these people had less to whinge about, what else would they do? I`m sure they would find another way to insult and be obnoxious from behind the defensive keyboard...... Just saying.
carpetbombingculture - totally agree with you, if residents like DARLOBOSS and THETRUTHYOUCANTHANDL ETHETRUTH spent more time supporting local events, rather than ripping them to pieces maybe they would have less to whinge about. This event was the best it could have been with the resources and volunteers available. Maybe thats the problem, if these people had less to whinge about, what else would they do? I`m sure they would find another way to insult and be obnoxious from behind the defensive keyboard...... Just saying. studio
  • Score: 9

9:13pm Tue 1 Jul 14

thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth says...

studio wrote:
carpetbombingculture - totally agree with you, if residents like DARLOBOSS and THETRUTHYOUCANTHANDL

ETHETRUTH spent more time supporting local events, rather than ripping them to pieces maybe they would have less to whinge about. This event was the best it could have been with the resources and volunteers available.

Maybe thats the problem, if these people had less to whinge about, what else would they do? I`m sure they would find another way to insult and be obnoxious from behind the defensive keyboard...... Just saying.
If local events were worth going too, maybe I'd support them. Maybe!

If you want to be involved in some kind of race to the bottom, then you feel free to take part. I'd rather not - but I'll still critique whenever I feel it necessary to do so. And if you have a problem with that - Tough!
[quote][p][bold]studio[/bold] wrote: carpetbombingculture - totally agree with you, if residents like DARLOBOSS and THETRUTHYOUCANTHANDL ETHETRUTH spent more time supporting local events, rather than ripping them to pieces maybe they would have less to whinge about. This event was the best it could have been with the resources and volunteers available. Maybe thats the problem, if these people had less to whinge about, what else would they do? I`m sure they would find another way to insult and be obnoxious from behind the defensive keyboard...... Just saying.[/p][/quote]If local events were worth going too, maybe I'd support them. Maybe! If you want to be involved in some kind of race to the bottom, then you feel free to take part. I'd rather not - but I'll still critique whenever I feel it necessary to do so. And if you have a problem with that - Tough! thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth
  • Score: -4

9:33am Wed 2 Jul 14

studio says...

thetruthyoucanthandl
ethetruth
wrote:
studio wrote: carpetbombingculture - totally agree with you, if residents like DARLOBOSS and THETRUTHYOUCANTHANDL ETHETRUTH spent more time supporting local events, rather than ripping them to pieces maybe they would have less to whinge about. This event was the best it could have been with the resources and volunteers available. Maybe thats the problem, if these people had less to whinge about, what else would they do? I`m sure they would find another way to insult and be obnoxious from behind the defensive keyboard...... Just saying.
If local events were worth going too, maybe I'd support them. Maybe! If you want to be involved in some kind of race to the bottom, then you feel free to take part. I'd rather not - but I'll still critique whenever I feel it necessary to do so. And if you have a problem with that - Tough!
Try supporting them, then they will improve.

Tough... you do make me laugh!
[quote][p][bold]thetruthyoucanthandl ethetruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studio[/bold] wrote: carpetbombingculture - totally agree with you, if residents like DARLOBOSS and THETRUTHYOUCANTHANDL ETHETRUTH spent more time supporting local events, rather than ripping them to pieces maybe they would have less to whinge about. This event was the best it could have been with the resources and volunteers available. Maybe thats the problem, if these people had less to whinge about, what else would they do? I`m sure they would find another way to insult and be obnoxious from behind the defensive keyboard...... Just saying.[/p][/quote]If local events were worth going too, maybe I'd support them. Maybe! If you want to be involved in some kind of race to the bottom, then you feel free to take part. I'd rather not - but I'll still critique whenever I feel it necessary to do so. And if you have a problem with that - Tough![/p][/quote]Try supporting them, then they will improve. Tough... you do make me laugh! studio
  • Score: 0

10:31am Wed 2 Jul 14

carpetbombingculture says...

'thetruthyoucanthand
lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington.

His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer.

Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen.

Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic.

Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.
'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top. carpetbombingculture
  • Score: 2

10:53am Wed 2 Jul 14

studio says...

carpetbombingculture wrote:
'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.
top class comment carpetbombingculture
! Truly something i wish i had written myself!

Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though.

As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.
[quote][p][bold]carpetbombingculture[/bold] wrote: 'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.[/p][/quote]top class comment carpetbombingculture ! Truly something i wish i had written myself! Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though. As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out. studio
  • Score: 2

1:58pm Wed 2 Jul 14

thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth says...

studio wrote:
carpetbombingculture wrote:
'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.
top class comment carpetbombingculture

! Truly something i wish i had written myself!

Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though.

As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.
What a pair of first class tools. You're 'togetherness' and mud slinging wouldn't be out of place in any playground.

A proper pair of lemmings who need to grow up and come up with independent views - rather than snuggling up to eachother.
[quote][p][bold]studio[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carpetbombingculture[/bold] wrote: 'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.[/p][/quote]top class comment carpetbombingculture ! Truly something i wish i had written myself! Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though. As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.[/p][/quote]What a pair of first class tools. You're 'togetherness' and mud slinging wouldn't be out of place in any playground. A proper pair of lemmings who need to grow up and come up with independent views - rather than snuggling up to eachother. thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth
  • Score: -5

2:22pm Wed 2 Jul 14

studio says...

thetruthyoucanthandl
ethetruth
wrote:
studio wrote:
carpetbombingculture wrote: 'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.
top class comment carpetbombingculture ! Truly something i wish i had written myself! Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though. As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.
What a pair of first class tools. You're 'togetherness' and mud slinging wouldn't be out of place in any playground. A proper pair of lemmings who need to grow up and come up with independent views - rather than snuggling up to eachother.
Nerve touched?

We simply agreed on a view that if people like yourself spent less time whining about how poor things are in the town, get out from behind your protective keyboards, and help out / join in. Things would improve. Try it, you might even enjoy it.

I think, and im sure most would agree, that on this occasion you are the first class tool.
[quote][p][bold]thetruthyoucanthandl ethetruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studio[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carpetbombingculture[/bold] wrote: 'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.[/p][/quote]top class comment carpetbombingculture ! Truly something i wish i had written myself! Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though. As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.[/p][/quote]What a pair of first class tools. You're 'togetherness' and mud slinging wouldn't be out of place in any playground. A proper pair of lemmings who need to grow up and come up with independent views - rather than snuggling up to eachother.[/p][/quote]Nerve touched? We simply agreed on a view that if people like yourself spent less time whining about how poor things are in the town, get out from behind your protective keyboards, and help out / join in. Things would improve. Try it, you might even enjoy it. I think, and im sure most would agree, that on this occasion you are the first class tool. studio
  • Score: 2

2:22pm Wed 2 Jul 14

carpetbombingculture says...

thetruthyoucanthandl
ethetruth
wrote:
studio wrote:
carpetbombingculture wrote:
'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.
top class comment carpetbombingculture


! Truly something i wish i had written myself!

Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though.

As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.
What a pair of first class tools. You're 'togetherness' and mud slinging wouldn't be out of place in any playground.

A proper pair of lemmings who need to grow up and come up with independent views - rather than snuggling up to eachother.
thetruthyoucanthandl
ethetruth:

The only reality is the one in your own mind.

I'm sure in your myopic world that you see your comments as the truth, the whole truth and everything but the truth.

adios keyboard warrior! You win!
[quote][p][bold]thetruthyoucanthandl ethetruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studio[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carpetbombingculture[/bold] wrote: 'thetruthyoucanthand lethetruth' is without doubt 'the special one' and they're obviously speaking as the saviour of culture and the arts in Darlington. His/her passion and critical eye is second to none and their ability to gauge the mood of the masses is without peer. Only when they step into the breach can the public of Darlington be assured that 'special things' can and will happen. Darlington needs you oh exalted one. Come out from behind your keyboard and step into the light. We the great unwashed are waiting for you sprinkle your magic. Come on don't just chunter to the interweb, get involved - only then you can soak up the glory and bask in the adoration of winning the race to the top.[/p][/quote]top class comment carpetbombingculture ! Truly something i wish i had written myself! Dont hold your breath on the special one stepping from behind the keyboard though. that position is fixed. Do expect a disgruntled response though. As far as these events go, the more you put in, the more you get out.[/p][/quote]What a pair of first class tools. You're 'togetherness' and mud slinging wouldn't be out of place in any playground. A proper pair of lemmings who need to grow up and come up with independent views - rather than snuggling up to eachother.[/p][/quote]thetruthyoucanthandl ethetruth: The only reality is the one in your own mind. I'm sure in your myopic world that you see your comments as the truth, the whole truth and everything but the truth. adios keyboard warrior! You win! carpetbombingculture
  • Score: 2

8:19pm Wed 2 Jul 14

thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth says...

I rest my case.
I rest my case. thetruthyoucanthandlethetruth
  • Score: -3

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